This is the new Atletico Madrid kit 2020/21, Atleti’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new Atleti uniform was officially unveiled on July 3, 2020.
The new jersey features Los Rojiblancos’ traditional red and white stripes, but in a distorted form. The top features a full collar and blue tape down the sides, and will be paired with navy blue shorts and red socks, as can be seen in the pics below.
Atleti might not be in the running for La Liga at the time of writing (behind Barca and Real), but they did knock out defending champions Liverpool in an epic UCL clash at Anfield.
Plus500 remain sponsors for the new Atletico Madrid 2020/21 kit. As with all Nike shirts, the kit will be released in two versions- stadium and vapor. Continue reading
This is the new Deportivo La Coruna kit 2020/21, SuperDepor’s new home shirt for the upcoming Spanish league season. Made by Macron, the new Deportivo jersey was officially unveiled late in the evening on June 27, 2020 and celebrates the 25th anniversary of the club’s first major title- the 1995 Copa del Rey win against Valencia at the Bernabeu. Depor won that clash 2-1 on June 27, 1995- it was originally held on June 24 but was suspended due to adverse weather conditions, with play resuming three days later.
One can see Pel’95 on the reverse, with Espirito’95 inside the collar. Under the badge is an indicator of the 1995 triumph- (25 Aniversario Campions Copa do Rei 1995), while inside the shirt is another marker- “Campions 1995 RCDeportivo A Coruna 1906”, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Leganes third shirt 2020/21, Spanish La Liga outfit Leganes’ new alternate strip for the upcoming league season. Made by Joma, the new third kit was officially unveiled on June 10, 2020 and will be worn when Leganes travel to the Nou Camp to take on Barcelona (June 16, 2020) following the resumption of football in Spain.
The third jersey is blue in colour (a nod to the surgical masks of the same colour that we’ve seen many people wear during the Covid-19 pandemic). The jersey also pays tribute to the silent warriors fighting against the disease. On the reverse of the jersey, the words “Gracias Heroes” (Thank you heroes) can be seen. Leganes distributed copies of this jersey to those on the frontline fighting the pandemic (doctors, police, health workers etc), with the latter getting their names on the back of the shirt with No.1 on it. Continue reading
As far as kits go, the teal green third strip hasn’t exactly been a lucky charm for the Catalans. Here is a look at the games the Blaugrana have played in the 3rd kit in the 19/20 season and their results in those fixtures.
Dortmund 0-0 Barcelona (Champions League)
Granada 2-0 Barcelona (La Liga)
Real Sociedad 2-2 Barcelona (La Liga)
Valencia 2-0 Barcelona (La Liga) Continue reading